Pre-consolidation supply support for NARF Alameda and NSC Oakland local sutomers
Hrabosky, Bryan Jr.
Owen, Wayne Allen
Popp, Ronnald Gordon
McMasters, Alan W.
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On October 1, 1979 the wholesale support functions of NAS Alameda were merged into NSC Oakland according to the recommendation of a Department of Defense Material Distribution Study (DODMDS) . The study suggested that the optimal consolidation of collocated wholesale activities would result in improved customer response at reduced costs. If the merger is to be accredited as a success, NSC Oakland must offer improved post-consolidation support to its local customers and NARF Alameda. This thesis presents a baseline of pre-consolidation data which provides a measure of the supply support provided by NSC Oakland to its local customers and by NAS Alameda to NARF Alameda. This baseline should facilitate both implementation and evaluation of the consolidation's success.
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